Classical Concert Hall - Soundproof Flooring

Tap-dancing in leather shoes won't make much sound on this specially made floor, but it'll still get you thrown out of the concert hall...

Comfort +800

Classical Concert Hall - Starry Cyclorama

A vault that looks like a starry night sky, but you can't actually see the performers from up here - you can only hear them. Thanks to the obstruction, assassins can easily vanish into the darkness.

Comfort +800

Classical Concert Hall - Brass Chandelier

The candlelight chandelier is apparently the personal choice of the concert hall owner, but those are actually light bulbs due to an accident caused by a loose candle in the past. The blame was shoved onto a certain T-Doll performer known for using incendiary grenades.

Comfort +1100

Classical Concert Hall - Alloy Batten

The overhead lights only seem to be there to light up the chandelier. The speakers on the two ends aren't even listed in the inventory. "We aren't speakers! We're amplifiers!" growl the speakers on the rig.

Comfort +1150

Classical Concert Hall - Auditorium

The performers only stare at the music sheets in front of them. No one would notice if there are dogs, Sangvis units, or aliens in the auditorium.

Comfort +1150

Classical Concert Hall - Organ

It's said that the concert hall has something that used to belong to an old cathedral. For some reason, it keeps reminding people of vampires. The janitors claim to hear music coming from the heavens during nighttime.

Comfort +1150

Classical Concert Hall - VIP Box (Right)

VIPs who have paid for more expensive tickets would never sit with whatever it is that sits in the auditorium. Having their own box gives them a sense of superiority as well as minimizes the risk of being assassinated.

Comfort +1100

Classical Concert Hall - VIP Box (Left)

VIPs who have paid for more expensive tickets would never sit with whatever it is that sits in the auditorium. Having their own box gives them a sense of superiority as well as minimizes the risk of being assassinated.

Comfort +1100

Classical Concert Hall - Tile Patterned Rug

A new product advertised by the manufacturer. It looks like wooden tiles at first glance, but is simply a woven rug. The purpose of such a design is questionable, but the concert hall owner still bought it despite the hefty price.

Comfort +1000

Classical Concert Hall - Spotlights

They can create all sorts of dreamy and fantastical effects on the stage, but whenever they're used, the figure on the concert hall electricity meter shoots straight up, warning crew members to save energy.

Comfort +950

Classical Concert Hall - Percussion Stand

The regular percussionist stubbornly insists that a symphony without drums lacks depth, but the audience has grown tired of concerts in which the percussionist bashes her head straight onto the timpani at the very end of a piece.

Comfort +1050

Classical Concert Hall - Stage Chair (Left)

The audience will never know what the T-Doll in this seat has gone through. "But now I'm the concert master, so it's all worth it!" says the performer with bruises all over her face.

Comfort +850

Classical Concert Hall - Stage Chair (Right)

Some say that the lower section is less lethal than the higher section. "Forgive me for being blunt, but those kids can't even lift these instruments," says the cellist.

Comfort +850

Classical Concert Hall - Silent Conducting Stand

"I've been working to promote classical music all these years, but a T-Doll brawl that broke out during a concert garnered more attention than everything I've ever done," says the conductor forlornly during an interview after a concert.

Comfort +950